The Punjab government led by Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday released funds to the tune of Rs. 1200 crore towards pending payments for various schemes and development projects in the Local Government and Health Department besides releasing monthly social security pensions for August worth Rs. 140 crore and Power subsidy worth Rs 300 crore has also been released.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) aimed at strengthening financial inclusion by taking banking services to the unbanked rural areas across the country.
Ludhiana: For bringing transparency in financial transactions and making payment of taxes easy in Municipal Corporation Ludhiana, the civic body has started the facility of making payments through digital or online mode. This facility is being well received by the public. A lucky draw of all such people was organised in MC’s Zone A office near Mata Rani Chowk, here today.
The Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab government on Friday released another Rs. 391 crore towards various pending payments, including cane arrears and power subsidy for farmers, along with social security pensions and development schemes.
Giving a further fillip to its development agenda, the Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab government on Monday released Rs. 469 crore towards pending payments for various schemes and development projects, besides clearing the entire pendency of VAT/GST refunds in the state treasury.The funds released today relate to the Local Government and Education departments, as well as pending Social Security Pensions.
The Punjab government led by Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday released funds to the tune of Rs. 562.05 crore towards pending payments for various schemes and development projects, including the maintenance of important memorials in the state.
NEW DELHI: The Payments Council of India on Monday announced the appointment of Vishwas Patel as its new Chairman.
CHANDIGARH: Giving a further push to the various welfare schemes, including the centrally sponsored schemes, the Punjab government led by Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday released more funds to clear various pending payments with the assurance that paucity of funds will not be allowed to obstruct development.
MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday slapped a penalty of Rs 5 crore on Airtel Payments Bank Limited for violating know your customer (KYC) norms, an official statement said here.
Starting with support for more than 80 billers, including national and state electricity providers, gas, water, DTH and mobile postpaid bills and recharge. The new bill pay feature will include major utilities like Reliance Energy, BSES and DishTV. Top Tech News- News18.com